Navel gazing and overanalyzing while expecting growth means a long, slow crawl to the top. Alternatively, running at full speed by the seat of your pants without any sort of structure or consideration of quality isn’t going to help you retain customers. Which approach is the right approach?
As COVID-19 is continuously changing how B2B & B2C buyers and sellers interact, and online sales consistently trend to their highest levels in history, TEC Canada has focused on Sales & Marketing as our most recent quarterly content theme. This blog features a compilation of the most impactful Sales & Marketing insights that we’ve shared over the past few months and have all been strategically selected to help you make better business decisions.
How can you continue to sell if meeting in person remains taboo and customers are becoming tired of Zoom? How would an economic rebound of any magnitude impact your business?
To support Canadian business leaders as they navigate COVID-19, this Candian Business Grant and Loan Guide is regularly updated.
If you are still stuck feeling that an entire sales cycle via webcam is painful and distorted, this presentation led by Kim Orlesky will depict how webcam sales meetings actually allow you to converse with more prospects, host laser-focused discussions, and close deals in less time. Watch this recording now to become equipped and ready to connect faster with profitable clients who are ready to buy with virtual handshakes.
To support Canadian business leaders as they navigate the challenges and opportunities presented by COVID-19, this post is regularily updated with resources and insights from global experts.
We sat down with Glenn Bostock – SnapCab Founder and CEO – to discuss how Canadian business leaders can prepare for the evolution of the office, and how the team at SnapCab is playing an important role in reinventing the offices of the future.
For details regarding October employment statistics and interest rate announcements from the Bank of Canada, read this weekly update on COVID-19 and its effect on Canadian business.
For details regarding the Prime Minister's statement on access to rapid testing for COVID-19 and notable figures from StatsCan, read this weekly update on COVID-19 and its effect on Canadian business.
This COVID update provides details about the Prime Minister's newly announced infrastructure plan and expansion of the Regional Relief and Recovery Fund.